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Motor City POCI 5th Annual Pontiac Round Up


Frosty

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The second leg of the SE Michigan Tri-Power Car Shows is nearly here.

The Motor City POCI Chapter is hosting their 5th Annual Pontiac Round-Up at Baker's of Milford, on Saturday, July 14, 2018. from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm. Registration is $20 at the gate. 

For more information, see:   http://www.motorcitypoci.com/events/

 

BTW  - this show is practically in Indyman Joe's backyard !!!!

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Yeah....it’s gonna be a great day, ain’t it?

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Ya know I'm there with JustaG6 as well.  Had to install a new blower motor in the G6, so somebody has AIR.  Is Jim on FP?  IndymanJoe is a definite maybe.

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JIm's on FP, he's just had issues uploading photos.

What time are you and JUSTAG6 going to be there? I still have to register.

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1 hour ago, JUSTA6 said:

Bringin my small tent.  Save ya some haulin.

Thanks! My big tent is being used every Friday night at the local car cruise anyway.

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Signs courtesy of the Sawruk family. These are a handful of replicas of over 50 signs located around the city of Pontiac, Michigan tracing it's automotive heritage.

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A '59 GMC long bed pick-up that is still on the farm. Dinner appears to be in the front seat.

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2002 Aztek - complete with original factory camping package.IMG_7494.thumb.JPG.35e162529dd9badd08d4b5318e24e6a5.JPG

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1983 GMC Cabellero

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The entire Lemans, Tempest, Custom S, T-37 class - all five of us. I took 2nd place. Lucy's fraternal twin took first.IMG_7473.thumb.JPG.3acb187c55b2d16cafeedee5808214ea.JPG

 

JimLarson's Grand Prix

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It was very hot and muggy and it eventually rained. The heat was too much for one gentleman. Paramedics were called in to assist him. This was close to JUSTAG6's parking spot too. He was later alright and never transported to the hospital.

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This 1969 Trans Am was purchased at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in 2016. No idea what it sold for.....

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When was the last time you saw a 1966 Starchief Executive four door?

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(L-R)  Cars owned by: JUSTAG6, JUSTA6, Frosty, and Indyman Joe

We took this photo after the awards ceremony

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John and Marge Sawruk's 1984 Turbo J2000

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My first Pontiac was a '73 Lemans Sport Coupe - very similar to this '73 GTO.

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I had never seen a rear windshield wiper on anything this old - especially a Pontiac Torpedo. This car has only 17k original miles on it and the interior is wrapped in plastic. Note the slight crack on the thermostat housing.

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10 hours ago, stratman said:

Nice pictures Frosty! Always love pictures of Pontiacs, even though I currently don't own one, they are still #1 in my heart.

Thanks stratman.I know how you feel. I am currently president of the GMC Truck Chapter of POCI and I just traded in Black Beauty (my 2008 Envoy Denali) for a '18 Chevy Colorado. I just wrote my latest president's column and apologized to the membership for it. Still I have a passion for trucks and Pontiacs, and that's what counts.

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More nice pictures, JUSTA. I really like the '74 ('75?) Grand Am. I haven't seen a first gen GA in I don't know how long, especially one this nice! Also like the "66 Bonneville wagon.

 

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40 minutes ago, stratman said:

More nice pictures, JUSTA. I really like the '74 ('75?) Grand Am. I haven't seen a first gen GA in I don't know how long, especially one this nice! Also like the "66 Bonneville wagon.

 

Thankz Stratman.  Big fan of the wagon too.  

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9 hours ago, stratman said:

More nice pictures, JUSTA. I really like the '74 ('75?) Grand Am. I haven't seen a first gen GA in I don't know how long, especially one this nice! Also like the "66 Bonneville wagon.

 

It's a '74 Grand Am. A fellow WIdetracker has a '73 Grand Am with a 400 4-speed. It's setting in his shop, disassembled, waiting for him to restore it.

I think the Bonneville wagon was the only wagon at the show too.

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